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Micca Speck G2 1080p Full-HD Ultra Portable Digital Media Player For USB Drives and SD/SDHC Cards
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- Powerful 1080p Video Player: MKV, AVI, TS/TP, MP4/M4V (up to 4GB in size), MOV, VOB, RM, M2TS, WMV
- Wide Range Video Codec Support: H.264/AVC, VC-1, MPEG1/2/4, DivX/Xvid, Real Video
- Audio Format Support: MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, APE, AAC
- Ultra portable compact design: only 3" x 2.3" x 0.6"
- Supports USB Drives, USB Hard Drives, SD/SDHC Flash Memory Cards, MBR FAT32 and NTFS file systems, up to 2TB
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|Total USB Ports||1||1||2||1|
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|Dimensions||3 inches x 2.5 inches||2.3 inches x 3 inches||6.4 inches x 1.6 inches||4.3 inches x 1.2 inches|
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Small and sleek, the Micca Speck G2 is a perfect entertainment source for vacations and business trips. Its aluminum exterior is tough enough to withstand the rigors of portable use. With the optional car power adapter, the Micca Speck G2 can be used to play movies on in-car video system and keep everyone entertained on trips short and long.
The Speck G2 is a true next generation digital video device with broad video/audio codec and file format support at up to 1080p and 20-50mbps:
- Video Files: MKV, AVI, TS/TP, MP4/M4V (up to 4GB in size), MOV, VOB, RM, M2TS, WMV
- Video Codecs: H.264/AVC, VC1,MPEG1/2/4, RMVB
- Audio Formats: MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, APE, AAC
- Photo Files: JPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG
- Subtitle: SUB, ASS, SRT, SSA, SMI
- Languages: English, Chinese(S/T), Korean, Spanish, French, German, Russian
The Speck G2 can be used with all TVs, HDTVs as well as home theater systems with its extensive connectivity:
- Video: 1080P HD, CVBS/Composite
- Resolution: NTSC, PAL, 480i/p, 720p, 1080i/p
- Audio: PCM 2.0, analog stereo
- Storage: USB 2.0 Host port, SD/SDHC memory card reader
- File System: FAT/FAT32, NTFS. Up to 2TB
What is Included
- Micca Speck G2
- IR Remote
- AV cable
- 100-240V AC adapter
Top Customer Reviews
This is a very small media player, narrower and only slightly thicker than a pad of post-it sticky notes, and about as heavy. The case is made of matte black aluminum with plastic end caps. The front of the player contains a USB jack and a SD card reader slot, and the back holds the power jack, HDMI, and a 3.5mm AV jack. In all, the Speck is a simple looking player with just the essentials.
I used the Speck with my secondary TV, a 42-inch Panasonic 1080p plasma HDTV. An HDMI cable is not included with the player so I had to use my own. After plugging in the power, the main menu came up quickly after a delay of about 2 seconds, which is practically instant since modern TVs take longer than that to turn on. The default video output is 720p but the player can be set to remember to use 1080p instead. Speaking of settings, there are just a few of them in the player's setup menu for configuring the player's video, audio, and general behavior. While some may wish for more settings, I felt that the Speck's simplified configuration is ideal for its targeted casual users.
The player's menu system is reasonably intuitive and straightforward to use. Anyone who can browse for files and folders should feel immediately comfortable with it as I was.Read more ›
To start off, the Micca Speck is an excellent introductory media player with a small footprint and excellent features, and will probably play anything you throw at it that has been encoded using any of the recent standards. Encode in xvid, divx, or h264 with aac or ac3 audio and you should never have any problems, so long as the encoding standards are reasonable. Subtitle support is decent and will work in all cases where the file and the subtitle are separate. Its usb port is sufficient even for USB 3.0 Drives and it has excellent error recovery. After a freeze, it will generally reboot to the main menu after 10-20 seconds. It features a random playback feature that was missing from other players I have tested, and the main reason I bought this player.
In short, if the bulk of your content hails from the last few years, and you want a media player with good features, a reasonably convenient remote, then get this player. It is inexpensive and worth the price. I paid about $5 less than the current listing as of this date, but what you get is much better than anything that was available last year, for a little more cost.
This is all you need to know from this review.
For those who are a bit more particular about their needs, I will elaborate on the strengths and weaknesses of this player below.Read more ›
1.- Support a lot of containers and of course a lot of codecs. You can play most files with it without any problems.
2.- No freezes when playing your videos, no lags, no worries there.
3.- Runs cool, it never gets hot, this is important because other media players have this problem.
4.- Small form factor, you can carry it everywhere.
1.- Cannot play 10-bit encode files. This can be a real downside for some, not for me, but 10-bit is more and more common and soon it may be "everywhere". If you found some video that cannot be played with this player (and you only get sound) it's 10-bit encode for sure, your only option: re-encode the video to 8-bit. If you have a lot of files using 10-bit encoding, you should look elsewhere.
2.- This unit cannot handle multiple subtitles well, it doesn't matter what scheme do I use when naming subtitles it will not load more than one, for me this is not big deal but still...
Other points to consider:
1.- Remote can be better, but you will get used to it.
2.- Ac adapter is cheap
3.- No hdmi cable
If you have a lot of movies/videos and want to watch them in your TV, if you travel a lot and want to watch your movies in that "never like home" hotel without having to carry your laptop, if you have a lot of pictures and want to show them to your friends in your next family reunion, then this player is for you. Don't get this player if:
a) Your files are 10-bit encodes.
b) You want to stream video or want to bring Internet to your TV (no wifi on this)
c) You need multiple subtitles (take this with some care, ask someone else just in case)
Items that I bought together with this player:
a) Patriot Supersonic Rage 32gb (PEF32GSRUSB) -> Fast, reliable drive.
b) AmazonBasics High-Speed hdmi cable.
Hope this helps! :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So-so. The concept is great when it works. It's quite picky with DVD'sPublished 7 hours ago by Rantasia
did the job to show pictures on our tv and turn our tv into a digital picture frame. Quality was good not great and the controls were a little obscure. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Dennis & Karen gunther
Fairly easy to use and does exactly what I wanted it to do. Good product.Published 17 hours ago by Frederick C. Bucheit
Works great and is easy to use. Would be nice if it worked with 4TB drives, but at least the 2 TB limit is clear before you buy,Published 21 hours ago by Chilly
Thus far fine little product. Does what we expected but still learning.Published 1 day ago by Pastor Dave
Has many codecs, but lack of car adapter makes it difficult to integrate into vehicle. Also, Micca has a hard time reading 64GB SD cards. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Whisperer
Good media player once I resolved a hard drive issue. Hard drive has to be optioned for MBR and not GUID. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Harry J Marsh Jr
This is the second product of this type I have purchased. The first one lasted 3 months and the remote quit functioning. Read morePublished 2 days ago by C. Smith